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Collective is a 2019 Romanian documentary film directed, written, produced and edited by Alexander Nanau. The film revolves around a group of investigative journalists at a Romanian newspaper in their arduous journey of uncovering public healthcare fraud, corruption and maladministration.
How to watch
- The film will be available to watch Monday, January 25, 1pm until Wednesday, January 27, 1pm via Eventive
- RSVP beginning January 21, 1pm by clicking the button above and/or in the invite email
- RSVP's must be received by 10:00am on January 25
- The watch link will be sent at or shortly before 1:00pm PT on January 25 from firstname.lastname@example.org
- Conversation between director Alexander Nanau & awards columnist Scott Feinberg will play immediately after the film
- This screening WILL count toward your member screening allotments
Further details on how to watch on Eventive may be found here.
|Date: Jan 25 1:00 p.m. to Jan 27 - 1:00 p.m.||Event Has Passed|
Director | Alexander Nanau
Alexander Nanau was born in Bucharest, Romania in 1979. His family belongs to the Transylvanian Saxons, a cultural minority of German descent who lived since generations in Romania. 1990 they emigrated to Germany and became German citizens. Nanau studied Film Direction at the renowned DFFB in Berlin. His first feature documentary Peter Zadek inszeniert Peer Gynt (2006) was released 2006 in Germany and Austria. In 2007 he was a scholarship holder of the Academy of Arts in Berlin. In 2008/2009 he co-produced with HBO Romania, directed and shot the documentary The World According to Ion B. (2009) about a 62 years homeless man who starts a career in the international art world with collages he made over the last 30 years. The documentary was selected for over 40 international film festivals and won the prestigious 'International Emmy Award' for Arts Programming in 2010. His third feature documentary Toto and His Sisters (2014), produced together with HBO Europe, premiered at the San Sebastian Film Festival in the 'New Directors' section. The film won major awards at the international film festivals in Angers, Zurich, Warsaw, Jihlava, Leipzig and Sarajevo. It was nominated as 'Best Documentary' at the European Film Awards 2015 and won the international Cinema Eye Honors' Spotlight Award 2016.
Moderator | Scott Feinberg
Scott Feinberg is The Hollywood Reporter’s longtime awards columnist and host of its Awards Chatter podcast. Hailing from New Haven, Conn., he is a member of the Critics’ Choice Association and the board of the Los Angeles Press Club, and is working on a book about the history of Oscar campaigns.